One of Milhouse’s key programs with the city of Chicago, the Street Light Modernization Program, reached a major milestone — 100,000 new LED street lights installed to date, and $12 million in energy efficiency rebates.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel joined 100 Resilient Cities – Pioneered by The Rockefeller Foundation (100RC) and a diverse group of philanthropic, non-profit, and community leaders to release Resilient Chicago, a roadmap for addressing the city’s most pressing challenges through the lens of urban resilience.
According to the co-CEOs of Goettsch Partners (GP) — one native to Shanghai and both products of Chicago’s vaunted high-rise architecture tradition — lessons from the China experience range from technical innovations and super-creative designs to more balanced use mixes and user-friendly features
AECOM released its second annual global infrastructure report, The Future of Infrastructure: Voice of the People, which captures data and opinions from 10,000 residents across 10 major global cities.
Chicago unveiled the designs of five architecture finalists with renderings and models representing the potential future O’Hare Global Terminal, part of O’Hare International Airport’s $8.5 billion expansion.
Global infrastructure and engineering firm Gannett Fleming acquired Chicago-based transportation firm Bowman, Barrett & Associates Inc. (BB&A). The 30-year-old consulting firm now operates as BB&A, a business group of Gannett Fleming.
During the first half of 2018, five of the top 10 metropolitan markets for commercial and multifamily construction starts ranked by dollar volume showed increased activity compared to a year ago, according to Dodge Data & Analytics.
Milhouse Engineering & Construction, Inc. was again named Best & Brightest Company to Work for. This marks the 13th straight year that Milhouse has won this prestigious award. This year, Milhouse was also the Elite winner of the 2018 Best of the Best! at the annual “Chicago’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For” awards celebration
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced the selection of The Boring Company to build and operate an express service to O’Hare International Airport. The company plans to transport passengers between O’Hare and Block 37 in the Loop in approximately 12 minutes each way by utilizing electric vehicles that run through new twin underground tunnels.